“Krypton, Smallville, Metropolis and Cleveland are all famous homes to Superman. The only one of those four locales you can actually visit (by virtue of it being a real place and all) is Cleveland, Ohio, and, ironically, it's the city that's the least popularly associated with the Man of Steel,” writes J. Caleb Mozzocco of
As part of a $45,000 exhibit funded and created by The Siegel & Shuster Society, a new permanent exhibit was unveiled at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport featuring the iconic superhero’s ties to our great city.
“The airport Superman stands atop a huge S-shield logo, and behind his head the wall reads, "Welcome to Cleveland -- Where the legend began." Big, red and black letters in the familiar Superman type scream the hero's name, with a banner reading "The World's Greatest Super Hero" below it,” adds Mozzocco.
The detailed piece goes on to highlight details of the exhibit and also touches upon the history of Superman from his creation to modern day legal disputes of his name.
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